AOL Foundation, of Dulles, Va., is the philanthropic organization of America Online. Visit the AOL Foundation’s web site:

(703) 265-1342

See the ad for the AOL Foundation on page 19

Brodart Co., of Williamsport, Pa., is a leader in library automation and services. Visit Brodart’s web site:

(800) 233-8467

See Brodart’s ad on page 36

Chariot Software Group, of San Diego, is an educational software developer specializing in testing and classroom management applications. Visit the Chariot Software web site:

(619) 298-0202

See Chariot Software’s ad on page 50

Compaq Computer Corp., headquartered in Houston, is a world leader of the PC industry. Visit Compaq’s web site:

(800) 888-3224

See Compaq’s ad on pages 8 and 9

Computer Prep, of Phoenix, designs and delivers technology training materials that fit the learning needs of today’s business and academic environments. Visit the Computer Prep web site:

(602) 275-1603

See Computer Prep’s add on page 38

Cutting Edge, of La Mesa, Calif., is a leader in network server solutions. Visit the Cutting Edge web site:

(800) 257-1666

See the ad for Cutting Edge on page 16

Dell Computer Corp., of Round Rock, Texas, is the world’s leading direct-sales computer company. Visit Dell’s web site:

(800) 822-6078

See Dell’s ad on pages 54 and 55

EBSCO Publishing, a division of EBSCO Information Services of Birmingham, Ala., develops and produces electronic reference databases for schools and libraries. Visit EBSCO’s web site:

(800) 653-2726

See EBSCO’s ad on page 51

FamilyEducation Network, of Boston, is a leader in web site editing tools and templates. Visit the FamilyEducation Network web site:

(800) 558-3382

See the FamilyEducation Network’s ad on the back cover

The Gale Group, of Farmington Hills, Mich., is one of the world’s preeminent publishers of academic, educational, and business research databases. Visit The Gale Group web site:

(800) 877-4253

See the ad for The Gale Group on page 10

Highwired Network, of Cambridge, Mass., is the first and only free online newspaper system for schools. Visit the Highwired web site:

See Highwired’s ad on page 5

N2H2 Inc., of Seattle, delivers a suite of products that makes the internet a safer and more productive place for schools. Visit N2H2’s web site:

(877) 336-2999

See N2H2’s ad on pages 2 and 3

NetSupport Inc., of Cumming, Ga., is a member of the PCI Group of companies, developers of the NetSupport range of award-winning remote control and IT training products. Visit NetSupport’s web site:

(770) 205-4456

See NetSupport’s ad on page 13

Network Data Services Inc., of Augusta, Ga., is a single source partner for professional IT services, computer systems, network design, installation, maintenance, and related communication services. Visit the NDS web site:

(706) 650-8015

See the NDS ad on page 49

The New York Times Learning Network, of New York, offers engaging educational tools to help teachers link lessons learned in class to events that are changing in the world. Visit the New York Times Learning Network web site:

(800) 631-1222

See The New York Times Learning Network ad on page 11, of Norcross, Ga., is a free web-based education system providing a new level of communication between school, students, teachers, administration, and families. Visit the web site:

(800) 370-2730

See the ad on page 14

Procom Technology, of Santa Ana, Calif., is a leader in network attached storage devices. Visit the Procom Technology web site:

(800) 800-8600

See Procom’s ad on page 17

Sagebrush Technologies, of Austin, Texas, is a leading provider of educational materials, information solutions, and bibliographic information to schools and libraries. Visit the Sagebrush Technologies web site:

(800) 642-4648

See the ad for Sagebrush Technologies on page 24

School Zone Publishing Co., of Grand Haven, Mich., is a publisher of elementary education products, including workbooks, flash cards, games, mats, posters, and CD-ROMs. Visit School Zone’s web site:

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(800) 253-0564

See the ad for School Zone on page 18

SmartStuff Software, of Portland, Ore., is a leading developer and marketer of cross-platform system utilities and productivity tools for institutional users in education, government, and business. Visit SmartStuff’s web site:

(800) 671-3999

See the SmartStuff ad on page 12

Symbol Technologies, of Holtsville, New York, is a leader in wireless networking solutions for education. Visit the Symbol Technologies web site:

(800) 722-6234

See the Symbol Technologies ads on pages 26 and 32

Tangent Computer, headquartered in Burlingame, Calif., designs computer systems tailored specifically for education and government applications. Visit Tangent’s web site:


See the ad for Tangent on page 15

ZapMe! Corp., of San Ramon, Calif., delivers safe, meaningful, and entertaining educational content and services to the K-12 community via a global satellite network. Visit the ZapMe! web site:


See the ad for ZapMe! on page 7